Kinijit Boston Elected its Leaders

January 21st, 2008 Print Print Email Email

kinijit_boston_front.gif The General Assembly of Kinijit Boston Relief and Development Association, Inc. elected its nine-man Executive Board members and the Inspector General on January 20, 2008 afternoon at Walden Square Community Hall.

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kinijit_boston_front.gif The General Assembly of Kinijit Boston Relief and Development Association, Inc. elected its nine-man Executive Board members and the Inspector General on January 20, 2008 afternoon at Walden Square Community Hall.

The Assembly gave a vote of confidence to the currently serving leaders by reelecting them for another three years term. Ato Aklog Limeneh, Chairman of Kinijit Boston and North America Kinijit Support Groups Association also got reelected for the office of the presidency with a 100% vote in his favor. Eight more people were elected for the offices of the Inspector General, the Vice Presidency, the Secretary, the Organizational Affairs, Chief Financial Officer, the Treasurer, Public Relations, Lobbying and Director of the Executive Board. As per the requirement of the bylaws two candidates run for each office.

“The election process was conducted in accordance with the democratic principles as outlined in its recently approved amended bylaws of the Association.” Earlier on January 13, 2008 a three-man independent Election Committee was appointed by the General Assembly to administer the election.? The election was well organized and managed to the satisfaction of members of Kinijit Boston and with strict adherence to the provisions of its bylaws.

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Picture of some elected officials with the election committee.

Participants to the assembly meeting expressed great satisfaction and appreciation with the successful accomplishment of the most democratic, transparent, and free election to date. The nomination and appointment of the Election Committee, the way it conducted its business and the election and nomination of officers were all conducted smoothly without problems.

The General Assembly also heard reports from the incumbent President and the Auditor.

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